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Posted by hermeneutes at Feb 2, 2004 3:03:06 AM
What is the latest ver. for Windows?
A few questions for the developers.

What is the latest ver. for Windows? I now use ver. 1.5.6.

I made a Polish version of the conf file for the uilocales.d directory but it seems that the original conf file does not contain all the string of the original. (I translated the original English file). For example, most items on the options menu remain in English.

The same goes for some labels in different dialog boxes.

I also corrected the conf file for Bible book names /abbreviations, as errors were generated by the original file when I switched to the Polish locale.

Please let me know if you'd like to have it.

Regards,

Piotr

Posted by Ingo at Apr 16, 2004 9:06:23 AM
Re: What is the latest ver. for Windows?
A few questions for the developers.

What is the latest ver. for Windows? I now use ver. 1.5.6.


I don't feel developer, but taking into consideration delay... let me answer.
By now 1.5.6 is actual windows version.

it seems that the original conf file does not contain all the string of the original. (I translated the original English file). For example, most items on the options menu remain in English.


One simple idea is to make translation of the source code and compile your version (with Install Manager and other resources). It should not take longer than one weekend, provided you're familiar with all that stuff called "programming"...

My question is: is it OK to publish (e.g. on my page) version localized this way? (placing "translated" source code in the net, too)?

In Christ,

Ingo
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Posted by hermeneutes at Apr 19, 2004 2:07:42 PM
Re: What is the latest ver. for Windows?


One simple idea is to make translation of the source code and compile your version (with Install Manager and other resources). It should not take longer than one weekend, provided you're familiar with all that stuff called "programming"...


Perhaps one day I'll take a bite into compiling on Windows, but not yet.... :)
I can write scripts in Perl, but they do not have a UI :)

My question is: is it OK to publish (e.g. on my page) version localized this way? (placing "translated" source code in the net, too)?


I'll send you my translation of the conf file for the interface. I also corrected some bugs in the conf file for Bible book names.

Piotr